Published: Feb. 5, 2024

Hey Buffs, you’ve officially made it to February! This week brings classical music, the Spring Volunteer Fair, a CU in D.C. info session, the Grateful Dead at Fiske, a variety of Black History Month events and more.

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2 p.m. UMCNorth Dining Room
Grab a free breakfast burrito on your way to class. Yum!

10–11 a.m. C4C S350 ܴǴdz
Interviewing is an essential part of the job search process. Learn the basics with thisworkshop held by Career Services.

7–9 p.m. ​The Connection
Every other Monday, Trivia Night is held at The Connection! Prizes are available for top finishers.

Tuesday, Feb. 6

1–5 p.m. ​UMC Glenn Miller Ballroom
Volunteering is a great way to get involved with your community and make new connections. Learn more about opportunities during the Spring Volunteer Fair.

7:30 p.m. ​Imig Music, Grusin Music Hall (C112)
On Faculty Tuesdays, renownedCollege of Music faculty artists perform with students and colleagues. This week's theme is “Resonant Renaissance,” which takes listeners on a journey of underrepresented composers.

7 things to check off your to-do list

Wednesday, Feb. 7

Noon–1 p.m. ​UMC 330
Build your leadership skills while connecting with like minded peers and Build a Buff Leadership Luncheons. The topic of February’s luncheon is event planning.

5–6 p.m. ​C4C N215
Learn more about interning, studying and exploring our nation’s capital this upcoming summer or fall. Earn 12 credits and gain hands-on experience.

5 p.m. ​UMC 235
Clarkisha Kent, a Nigerian American writer, culture critic and author is visiting campus. She will be discussing media, Blackness and fatphobia in her presentation.

Thursday, Feb. 8

2–4 p.m. ​ATLAS Center, Room 311
Are you interested in experimental filmmaking? Check out some films by Stan Brakhageand other experimental filmmakers on 16mm during this event.

2–3 p.m. ​C4C S350 ܴǴdz
Attend this workshop to bring your LinkedIn skills up to par. This professional social networking platform can help boost your career.

3–4 p.m. ​C4C Abrams Lounge
The Center for Inclusion and Social Change is hosting Black History Trivia this Thursday, along with a tea-spilling session.

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Friday, Feb. 9

4–5 p.m.Rec Center, Mat Room $15
During this self defense class, attendees will learn how to use verbal and physical skills to increase personal safety in real life situations. All expressions of the female and nonbinary identity are welcome. No experience necessary.

4:30–6:30 p.m. ​CU Art Museum
Join the CU Art Museum in celebrating two new exhibitions:Museum for Black Girls’“We CU: A Visual Celebration of Black Womanhood, Presence, and Connectedness”and “(Art)work: Systems of Making.”Light refreshments will be served.

7–10 p.m. ​Rec Center, climbing gym
Enjoy fun climbing activities and Valentine’s Day treats during this themed climbing event.

7–9 a.m. ​Rec Center plaza
Bike to Work Day is all about the environment. Stop by the Rec Center plaza for hot beverages, grab-and-go snacks and cool swag.

7:30 p.m. ​Imig Music, Grusin Music Hall (C112)
Andrew Wilder is a musician with an expertise in classical guitar. He will be presenting a unique program along with his own transcriptions of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

7:30 p.m. ​Muenzinger Auditorium (E050)$7–$9
Gordon Parks's “Shaft”is a film about private detectives. Independent filmmaker Alex Cox will be inattendance.

Saturday, Feb. 10

7:30 p.m. ​Muenzinger Auditorium (E050)$7–$9
“Is That Black Enough For You?!?” is a film about Black American cinema. It contains an intriguing mass of clips and interviews with prominent figures.

8:30–9:30 p.m. ​Fiske Planetarium $8–$12
Calling all Deadheads! Enjoy a psychedelic experience awakened by the best of the Grateful Dead.